(Edited by nullnullnull (1473), Feb 12, 2007)Move like a butterfly, Sting like a Wii
Ronald Diemicke (1148), Feb 12, 2007
According to an interview that doghouseboxing.com did with EA Sports producer Michael Blank, it looks like EA is brining Fight Night to the Nintendo Wii. Personally, I love Wii boxing and its my second favorite Wii Sports game, only to Wii Tennis. However, I can't say I was totally surprised...Boxing just translates well onto the wii and Fight Night is one of the stronger franchises. Personally, I'm somewhat surprised that we haven't herd about an Eternal Darkness sequel on the Wii. Can anyone thinking of other major franchises that would do well on the Wii and why we might or might not see them?
(Edited by chirinea (31388), Feb 15, 2007)Re: Move like a butterfly, Sting like a Wii
chirinea (31388), Feb 15, 2007
Sorry for going off topic (hey, since when did we start apologizing for going off topic here?), but I just loved your Punch-Out paraphrasing title.
We really should make a FAQ that describes that posts are supposed to go off topic. Preferbly to the direction of tentacle porn. In which case should always be initiated by either Oleg or Zovni.
It's probably our first running gag.
We love games more fantastically!
Can we please change it? Where do I vote for a better one?
I intend to write a tutorial for turning ANY topic into a discussion about morals, religion, and world politics. And you can work on a "Everything You Wanted To Know About Tentacle Porn But Were Afraid To Ask" brochure.
I dunno, I guess I wasn't excited about the Wii having experienced Eye-Toy (although Wii games are not doubt better than the trashware that came with the Eye-Toy). The boxing was entertaining though.
On the Eye-Toy boxing, when you knockout your opponent the game does an instant replay in slow motion. I had lots of fun with this. I'd wait until the opponent was about to go down and pick up a heavy object and hit him over the head with it. Very funny in slow-mo.
Uh, ok what games could be ported to Wii? Whatever game Nintendo says can be. Free, open development for the PC platform keeps me here.